We have had discussions with both local and State level Parks staff and there are several actions being taken.
There is going to be increased attention to trail use compliance at O'Bannon. But this always cuts both ways, so please be sure to stay on trails open to Mountain bikes.
The purpose built mountain bike trails are
There are also two old school trails open to mountain bikes
Adventure Trail (AT)
One important clarification the segment of the AT trail that drops off of the new Breeden Trail is open to bikes, but the AT is very muddy and typically unusable once the AT crosses the gravel road (Iron Bridge Road). The Iron Bridge Road is used as a horse trail and is not open to mountain bikes. This is the gravel road that the Fire Tower Trail Crosses. Since the AT is typically too muddy to ride, the AT segment dropping off of the Breeden trail is essentially is an out and back ride. We do have plans to replace the lower muddy section with a better trail.
Outside of the State Park, the Adventure Trail and Cliff Dweller trails are difficult to navigate, so please take a map and make every effort to stay on the correct trails.
Stop at intersections and please make sure that you do not disobey any no bike signs. It is each rider's responsibility to remain on trails open to bikes.
We have asked for enforcement of trail rules, so be aware that riding trails not open to bikes could result in a ticket.